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Company Profile

Our research focuses on the role of sensing and mechanical design in motor control, in both robots and humans. This work draws upon diverse disciplines, including biomechanics, systems analysis, and neurophysiology. The main approach is experimental, although analysis and simulation play important parts. In conjunction with industrial partners, we are developing applications of this research in biomedical instrumentation, teleoperated robots, and intelligent sensors.

Product Range

  • Mechatronics in medicine
  • Medical robotics research: Actuated and sensorized surgical instruments
  • Medical robotics research: Minimally invasive surgery
  • Medical robotics research: Robot assisted surgery
  • Medical robotics research: Robot-assisted endoscope guidance
  • Medical robotics research: Robotic technology to the hospital sector
  • Medical robotics research: Teleoperation systems
  • Research: Biomechanics
  • Research: Neurophysiology
  • Research: Systems analysis
  • Robotics control research: Intelligent and nonlinear control
  • Robotics control research: Multi-sensor integration
  • Robotics research: Dextrous manipulator
  • Robotics research: Dextrous robot hands
  • Robotics research: Human robot interaction
  • Robotics research: Human-machine interaction
  • Robotics research: Manipulation
  • Robotics research: Manipulation tool
  • Robotics research: Robotic hand
  • Robotics research: Servo grippers
  • Robotics research: Software